'Sugreev' means, beautiful-necked, hero, sort of weapon, of a divine being, body of water, conch, countenance (facial expression) of a friend, kind of pavilion, serpent of paataal, name of one of the four horses of Krishna or Vishnu.
सु means “beautiful” + ग्रीव means “neck”. सुग्रीव , here doesn't mean the Monkey Kind who helped Lord Rama. As per Samrangan Sutradhar, it represents Prajapati Manu. In the Shatapatha Brahmana, Prajapati emanated from Purusha (cosmic spirit) and Prajapati co-created the world with the goddess of Language. It also includes the "golden cosmic egg" mythology, wherein Prajapati is stated to be born from a golden egg in primeval sea after the egg was incubated for a year. His sounds became the sky, the earth and the seasons. When he inhaled, he created the devas (gods), fire and light. When he exhaled, he created the asuras (demons) and darkness.
Sugriva, according to some experts, is Lord Hayagriva, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. He is worshipped as the god of knowledge and wisdom, with a human body and a horse's head. Another legend has it that during the creation, Vishnu compiled the Vedas in the Hayagrīva form.
• Good grasping power.
• One who can solve problems by merely listening to the problems.
• Power to memorise things.
• Best place to make Gym or akhada.
• Problem of forgetfulness or inability to remember if washing machine here.
• Red colour causes irritation towards to newer ideas.
• Village scene in black frames gives the power to decide where to invest and where not to invest.
• Buying a property becomes easy.
|दन्तकाष्ठ, उड़द के आटे, शुभ गन्ध, धूप, उत्तम माला, कष्टक जाति के पुष्प
|ऊँ सुषुम्णः सूर्यरश्मिचन्द्रमागन्धर्वस्तरुय नमः
|मनुः सुग्रीव ईरितः ॥
|सुषुम्नः सूर्यरश्मि-श्चन्द्रमा गन्धर्व-स्तस्य नक्षत्राण्यप्सरसो बेकुरयो नाम स्वाहा ।
चन्द्रमसे गन्धर्वायेदम् ॥
|गणपति, कार्तिकेय, बतख
|मोदक, दातौन, काली मूज और यव
|Root of Paan, Almond (बादाम)
The Horse Avatar of Lord Vishnu is seen as pulling the sun up to the heavens every day, bringing light to darkness. Hayagriva’s consort is Marichi, the goddess of the rising sun, more accurately the sun’s light which is the life force of all things, and which is seen as the female aspect of Hayagriva. Marichi represents the essence of the power of creation of the cosmos. Whereas Hayagriva represents the other male aspect
ज्ञानानन्दमयं देवं निर्मलस्फटिकाकृतिं
आधारं सर्वविद्यानां हयग्रीवं उपास्महे |
ऋषि याज्ञवल्क received the knowledge of Shukla Vajurveda from the mouth of Hayagriva, The Mythical Horse, pulling the chariot of Sun God.
The zone for receiving and absorving the Spiritual Knowledge.
Engineer Rameshwar Prasad
(B.Tech., M.Tech., P.G.D.C.A., P.G.D.M.)